The center’s ChoiceMaker Self-Determination Curriculum consists of three strands, addressing education, employment, and personal objectives. Use the “Choosing Goals” and “Taking Action” modules in general education or special education classrooms. Students learning about their IEP would benefit from the “Self-Directed IEP” module. Students and teachers can use the ChoiceMaker assessment to measure self-determination skills and evaluate opportunities at school to exercise these skills.
The AIR Self-Determination Assessment and the ARC Self-Determination Scale are two more self-determination assessments you’ll find on the Zarrow site. AIR focuses on capacity and opportunity. ARC measures students’ strengths, weaknesses, and involvement in educational planning.
The Transition Assessment & Goal Generator (TAGG) is an online transition assessment for youth with disabilities, their families, and professionals. The TAGG provides graphic profiles,
Find more information about these and other transition assessments and resources, visit The Zarrow Center website.